Richter Scale Day Beth Snyder April 26, 2011 Just think…without the Richter scale we would have had no idea how awful the earthquake in Japan was. Now quick…decide if that’s a good or bad thing. Why do we always have to quantify everything? I make a point of not doing so. When it’s cold out, that is sufficient information. It will not help me to know the actual temperature or wind chill. Ditto when it’s hot. So, for me, “really bad quake” would have been enough. But hey…other people don’t live like I do, which is probably a good thing. Thus this holiday. LanOC gets us going with the Cooler Master Storm Spawn Hardware Canucks shares its HD 6870 Roundup: Diamond, PowerColor, MSI, Sapphire & XFX PureOverclock goes inside the Antec ISK 100 Benchmark Reviews counters with the Lian Li PC-AO4 Mini-Tower Computer Case bit-tech takes on Child of Eden KitGuru hooks up with the Arctic Sound P311 Bluetooth Headset and Dongle iXBT Labs presents Sandy Bridge and Lynnfield Quad-Core Processors Compared TechReviewSource points and shoots the Olympus XZ-1 DragonSteelMods tries on a pair of V-Moda Remix Remote Headphones Computing On Demand spends some time with the Low Carbon PC WIND Mini Computer TechwareLabs gets into the FSP Aurum 600 Power Supply Legit Reviews shares its thoughts on the Kingston HyperX 8GB 1866MHz SO-DIMM Memory Kit For Notebooks The Tech Report checks out Intel’s Xeon X7560 and Dell’s R810 server HotHardware sits down with the Maingear eX-L 15 Gaming Notebook To close out this selection, eTeknix beats the heat with the Cooler Master Turbine Master Mach 0.8 Fan Share This With The World!